L.K. Buckles from Mount Pulaski served
on the highway and law enforcement committees. Voyles commented that
our infrastructure would not be what it is today without him.
Buckles wife, Dolly, and family
received his award.
Buckles was a great model of public
service. Of the many things he did, one is still seen daily today.
He implemented the use of the large flag that hangs in the
courthouse. He was involved in multi-Legion affairs and parades.
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Alberta Hellman and family received the
award for her husband, Lloyd Hellman.
The Emden farmer's combination of
farming and banking experience was an asset to the finance
He was highly instrumental in the Route
10 upgrade that is much appreciated today by those who traverse
westward from Lincoln to New Holland.
passed away after a brief struggle with a heart illness just months
after being re-elected. His wife said, "We did not know when he
ran for the board he had such a serious illness."